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About Donna R Causey
FOLLOW DONNA on (www.facebook.com/ribbonoflove) (www.facebook.com/alabamapioneers) (www.facebook.com/daysgonebyme) and now on her (Podcast: Alabama Grist Mill)
Donna R. Causey, a native of Alabama, spent many years in the classroom teaching students with learning difficulties. Once she retired, she finally had time to follow her passion for discovering little-known or forgotten gems of history.
Donna developed the websites (alabamapioneers.com) and (daysgoneby.me) to share and preserve the treasures she found. These websites led to publishing books with her compiled information.
She ventured into the world of historical fiction with her first series, Tapestry of Love. The family's destiny continues in the second series, The Cottinghams, with Discordance.
"While studying the old, fragile paper trails left behind, it dawned on me that I was also creating my own legacy through the minor decisions I made each day and my descendants will have the advantage of technological stored data about me. I hope they will be proud of the legacy I am leaving behind."
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Most of the families are related to John Wesley STARR but some records of the Cherokee Indian descendants of Caleb STARR with source are included in this compilation. Other SURNAMES included in this EBOOK include: ACORN, ADAIR, ADERHOLD, ADKINS, ANDERSON, ANDREW, ANDREWS, ARNOLD, ASHBRIDGE, BALLARD, BANCROFT, BARKER, BARNES, BAXTER, BEAN, BELL, BENNETT, BIRD, BLACKBURN, BLYTHE, BOOKOUT, BORING, BRADLEY, BREEDLOVE, BRITTON, BROOKHEART, BROWN, BRYANT, BULLOCK, BUSHYHEAD, BUTTERLY, BYERS, CAMP, CAMPBELL, CAPEL, CARR, CARRELL, CARTER, CHADWICK, CHAMBERS, CHATFIELD, CHICKEN, CLARK, CLEMENTS, COCHRAN, COFFEE, COLE, CONNCE, COTTINGHAM, CONLEY, COOPER, COTTON, COX, CRAIG, CRAVEN, CRAWFORD, CRISBET, CRITTENDEN, CRUISE, DABNEY, DALTON, DAMERON, DANIEL, DAVIS, DAWLING, DEANING, DISWAKE, DIXON, DOOLIN, DORMAN, DOROUGH, DOSS, DOUGLAS, DREWRY, DUNCAN, DUVALL, DYSON, EADY, EDWARDS, ELDEE, ELDER, ELLIOTT, ELLIS, ELSBERRY, EPPS, EVANS, EVERETT, FAIRE, FANNIN, FARRINGTON, FAVOR, FENTON, FERGUSON, FIELDS, FINCHER, FINDLEY, FISHER, FOREMAN, FOWLER, GAFFORD, GELMORE, GOODE, GORDON, GRAY, GRIFFIN, GRISSOM, GUINEYHEAD, HACKNEY, HAMILL, HANSBERGER, HARDWICK, HARLAN, HARPOLE, HARRIS, HARTLINE, HELTON, HENRY, HICKS, HIGHTOWER, HINDLEY, HOPPER, HOUSON, HUGHES, HUNTER, HURST, HUTCHINS, IRBY, JARRETT, JENKINS, JENNINGS, JOHNSON, JONES, KAIN, KARR, KIMBALL, KIMBROUGH, KOZY, LANGSTON, LEAK, LEE, LEVERITT, LOVELESS, LUCKIE, LUNCEFORD, LUNSFORD, LUTZ, LYNCH, MALEAR, MALTBIIE, MANLEY, MARTIN, MASSEY, MATHEWS, MATTHEWS, MATTHIS, MAW, MAYFIEDL, MCCOY, MCCRAY, MCDANIEL, MCKEIG, MCMILLOR, MCKINNEY, MEANS, MELEAR, MERRILL, MILLER, MITCHELL, MONEY, MOORE, MORGAN, MOSELEY, MURPHY, NESBET, NEWLAND, NEWMAN, NICHOLSON, NOLEN, OGLETREE, OSBURN, PATTELLO, PATHKILLER, PATRICK, PAYMER, PENNINGTON, PHILLIPS, PINKSTON, POINTER, PORTER, POTTS, POWELL, POYNER, PRATT, PRICE, PRIMM, QUE-DI, RAMSEY, RANDOM, RATLIFF, RAY, RAYNOR, REDDICK, REYNOLDS, RIDER, RIDGELY, RILEY, ROBERTSON, RUSH, SAGE, SANDERS, SAPPINGTON, SASNETT, SCHARF, SESSIONS, SHELL, SHIELDS, SHUPTRINE, SILKWOORD, SIMMONS, SIMPSON, SIXKILLER, SLOAN, SMITH, SNEAD, SPARKS, SPRINGSTON, STARES, STARRE, STEELE, STEGALL, STEWART, STORRES, STRICKLAND, TATNALL, TATOM, TAYLOR, TEPPER, TERRELL, TOWNSEND, TRUCKS, TURNER, UPSHAW, VANN, WATTS, WENZEL, WEST, WHALEY, WHITBY, WHITE, WICKETT, WINN, WOFFORD, WOLF, WOOD, WOODS, WRIGHT, ZEIGLER, ZIMMERMAN
Alabama Footprints Confrontation is a collection of lost and forgotten stories that reveals why and how the confrontation between the Native American population and settlers developed into the Creek-Indian War as well as stories of the bravery and heroism of participants from both sides.
Some stores include:
Tecumseh Causes Earthquake
Terrified Settlers Abandon Farms
Survivor Stories From Fort Mims Massacre
Threat of Starvation Men Turn To Mutiny
Red Eagle After The War
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BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! The next four Alabama Footprints books have been combined into one book,
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Immigrants
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Statehood
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Removal
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Banished
Interesting History retold as real life. Many pioneers traveled to what would become the State of Alabama at an early day and pushed out the Native Americans who were living there. Over the years, the personal stories and events that took place during this time, have often been lost and/or forgotten. This book (four-books-in-one) reveals the circumstances, events and why and how the Native-Americans were forced to leave the "Alabama soil of their birth" forever. Treaties, legal acts, news clippings, and other documentation have been included with the stories..
Surnames found in this book include; ACTON, ALEXANDER, ALLEN, ALLGOOD, ASHMORE, AVERY, AYETTOTT, AYLETT, BAILEY, BAINS, BAKER, BALCH, BANDY, BARHAM, BARNETT, BARRONS, BASS, BEALER, BEARDEN, BELL, BEMAN, BENGE, BENTON, BEVILL, BILLINGSLEA, BISHOP, BLANTON, BLEDSOE, BLEVINS, BLOUNT, BOOTHE, BOYD, BOYLE, BRAGG, BRASHER, BRIELAND, BRINKER, BRATTON, BRITTON, BROWN, BRYAN, BULLOCK, BURNETT, BURROW, BUTLER, BYARS, BYNUM, BYRUM, CAHILL, CALDWELL, CARPENTER, CARTER, CASEY, CLAYTON, CLEVELAND, CLIETT, CLOWAR, CLOWER, COHEN, CORLEY, CRAIG, CRAWFORD, CROCKETT, CROSS, CROWSON, DANIEL, DAVIS, DEAN, DESHAZO, DICKENSON, DILBANE, DOLLAR, DUKE, ELLIOTT, ELLIS, EDGE, ESSMAN, ESTILL, FANNIN, FARLEY, FARR, FAVRE, FERRELL, FINNEY, FLOURNOY, FOUST, FRASER, FREEZE, FROST, FULTON, GAILEY, GARRETT, GIBSON, GLIDEWELL, GODDEN, GODWIN, GOODGAME, GOODSON, GREEN, GRIFFIN, GRIFFITH, GRIGGS, GRIMMETT, GULLAHORE, GULLEHORN, HAFNER, HAGIN, HAIL, HALE, HAMILTON, HANNAH, HANEY, HANSARD, HARDIN, HARKINS, HARLESS, HARRIS, HARRISON, HAYES, HAZARD, HEARNE, HESTER, HICKS, HILL, HODGES, HOLBROOK, HOLLINGSWORTH, HORTON, HOWARD, HUDSON, HUTCHINSON, JOHNSON, JONES, KIDD, KIERDON, KNOWLES, LALADY, LANIER, LAVINSKY, LAWLER, LEATHERWOOD, LEE, LEEPER, LEONARD, LINDSAY, LINDSEY, LOFTIN,LOONEY, LOVELADY, MAHAN, MARDIS, MARLOW, MARONEY, MASKE, MASON, MATHEWS, MATTHEWS, MAXWELL, MCCAIN, MCCLINTON, MCCRAFT, MCGOWAN, MCLANAHAN, MCLEOD, MCLEROY, MCMAHON, MCNAIR, MCNEAR, MCNEELY, MCNEER, MCPHERSON, MEREDITH, MERONEY, MERRELL, MILES, MILLER, MILLS, MILSTEAD, MITCHELL, MOORE, MORGAN, MORRIS, MOSTELLER, MOWDEY, MUNDINE, MURPHY, MURRY, MUSE, MYRICK, NABORS, NAISH, NEAL, NELSON, NEWMAN, NIVENS, NORTH, NUNNALLY, OLDHAM, ORR, OZLEY, PARKER, PARKS, PATTON, PAYNE, PEARSON, PERRY, PERSON, PETERS, PITNER, POINTER, POWERS, PRENTICE, QUINN, RANDALL, RASBERRY, REED, REEVES, REID, ROBERTS, ROBERTSON, ROGERS, ROY, SAWYER, SHACKELFORD, SHANK, SHAW, SMITH, STERRETT, STORRS, STREET, STRIPLING, TEAGUE, THOMPSON, TRUELL, TURNER, WALDROP, WALLACE, WARD, WARE, WATKINS, WATROUS, WATSON, WEEKS, WEST, WHARTON, WHITE, WIGGINS, WILLINGHAM, WILLSON, WILSON, WOOLEY, WOOLLEY, WRIGHT
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Just in time for Christmas
The first four Alabama Footprints books - Volumes 1-IV have been combined into one book
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Exploration
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Settlement
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Pioneers
ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS Confrontation
From the time of the discovery of America restless, resolute, brave, and adventurous men and women crossed oceans and the wilderness in pursuit of their destiny. Many traveled to what would become the State of Alabama. They followed the Native American trails and their entrance into this area eventually pushed out the Native Americans. Over the years, many of their stories have been lost and/or forgotten. This book (four-books-in-one) reveals the stories published in volumes I-IV of the Alabama Footprints series.
Many of these families descendants moved to Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas. Descendant surnames include: ABERCROMBIE, ALLEN, ANDERSON, APPERSON, ATCHISON, AUBREY, AYCOCK, BAILEY, BAIN, BARNES, BARNETT, BARTON, BATES, BEATY, BEECH, BEEMAN, BELL, BENNETT, BENSON, BIGGS, BILLINGSLEA, BILLINGSLEY, BILLINGSLIE, BLASSINGAME, BLEDSOE, BLEVINS, BLUFF, BOLLING, BOND, BOONE, BOUNDS, BOYD, BRADLEY, BRADSHAW, BRANDON, BRANTLEY, BRELAND, BROOME, BROWN, BRYAN, BUCKLEY, BURRIS, BURROUGHS, CAIN, CAPSHAW, CARDING, CARPENTER, CARR, CHANCELLOR, CHANDLER, CLAIBORN, COBB, COLE, COLEMAN, COLLINS, COMER, COOK, CORBIN, CORLEY, CORNELIUS, COSBY, COTTINGHAM, CRANE, CRAWFORD, CREEL, CROSS, CROTWELL, CROW, CULPEPPER, CUMMINGS, CUNNINGHAM, DANIELS, DAVIS, DAY, DECKER, DENTON, DERDEN, DIGBY, DONAGHEY, DONAGHUE, DOW, DRIVER, DUNCAN, DUNLAP, DUKE, EARLE, EASTMAN, EDWARDS, EILAND, ELLIOTT, ESPETH, FAIR, FALCON, FARRAR, FIKE, FINDLEY, FISHER, FLOYD, FOGARTY, FONDREN, FORD, FOSTER, FREELONG, FRINKS, FULLER, FULTON, GARNER, GARY, GIBBONS, GILL, GLAZE, GOGGINS, GOODWIN, GORDON, GOULDS, GOWEN, GRAHAM, GRAYSON, GREEN, GREGG, GRESSETT, GRIFFIN, GROSS, GULLEY, HACKWORTH, HALL, HAM, HAMBRIGHT, HAMBURG, HAMMOND, HANSON, HARBOUR, HARLAN, HARRIS, HARRISON, HARTLEY, HARVEY, HAYES, HEARD, HENLEY, HENRY, HENSON, HEATLEY, HENDRIX, HERRING, HICKS, HIGLEY, HOGUE, HOLBROOK, HOLLAND, HOLLIFIELD, HOPKINS, HOPPER, HOWARD, HUBBARD, HUBERT, HUDSON, HUFF, HUNTER, HUTTO, IVY, JACKSON, JACOBS, JAMES, JENKINS, JOHNSON, JOHNSTON, JONES, KELLY, KEMP, KENNON, KILGORE, KILLLINGSWORTH, KING, KOEN, KUYKENDALL, LANCASTER, LANHAM, LEACH, LEE, LEFTWICH, LESTER, LOCKETT, LONG, LOWERY, LUMPKIN, LUNDY, MABREY, MAHAN, MARTIN, MASON, MATTHEWS, MAYBERRY, MAYES, MAYFIELD, MAYS, MCCAMMON, MCCAULEY, MCLEOD, MCCULLOUGH, MCFADDEN, MCGOWEN, MCILVEEN, MCMAHON, MEDDERS, MEGGS, MEIGS, MELTON, MIDDLETON, MILLER, MILLOTT, MILLS, MIREE, MIXON, MOFFATT, MONROE, MOODY, MOORE, MORGAN, MORRIS, MORRISON, MORTON, MOSELEY, MURRAY, NALL, NALLEY, NEWMAN, NIX, NORMAN, NULL, OAKES, OAKS, OGLEE, OLIVER, ORENBAUM, OSBORN, OSBORNE, OSBOURN, OSBURN, OTT, PACE, PAGE, PALMORE, PARRISH, PATRICK, PERRY, PHILGREEN, PHILLIPS, PIPER, PITTS, PLUMMER, POLLY, POOLE, POTTS, POUNDS, POWERS, PRATT, PRICE, PUCKETT, RADFORD, RAGSDALE, RAILEY, RAMEY, RAWLS, READ, REDMAN, REED, RESTER, REYNOLDS, RICE, RICHARDSON, ROBINSON, ROGERS, ROLISON, ROSS, RUFF, RUTHERFORD, RUTLAND, SANDEFER, SANDERS, SANDERSON, SANFORD, SAWYER, SENST, SEYMOUR, SHEVERELL, SHIELDS, SIDERATOS, SMITH, SMITHERMAN, SNEAD, SPLAWN, SPROTT, STANLEY, STEVENS, STEWART, STONE, STOVALL, STURDIVANT, SULLIVAN, SUMMERLIN, SUTTLE, SWAIN, TABOR, TANNER, TATUM, TAYLOR, TEPPER,TERRY, THROWER, TIPTON, TUBB, TUBBS, TURNER, UNDERWOOD, VAN DYKE, VARNELL, WAKEMAN, WALDROP, WALKER, WALLACE, WALLS
Do you want to know Thomas Jefferson's recipe for Vinegar of the Four Thieves or how to make Ox Tail Soup?
Have you ever had 'blueberry pickles', 'batallia pie' or 'snow birds'? You will learn all this and more in "Vinegar of the Four Thieves."
Our ancestors had to be resilient when they faced obstacles in daily life, from dealing with pests, medical emergencies, caring for clothing and cleaning shortcuts. Almost everything they used in daily life was homemade. Some ideas were great but some were very strange.
This book is a collection of household tips, medical cures, clothing care and old recipes from the 1800's and 1900's. Many of the tips, such as the household cleaners, cooking tips and ways to control pests, still work and are helpful in today's 'green' environment while others such as 'how to cure a dog of eating eggs' will make you laugh. Either way, this book will help you appreciate the difficult life your grandparents endured.
With Bonus: First two chapters of novel Ribbon of Love